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incentives. tax incentives. that will attract investment and channel investment into areas where investment is required. >> is that package already on the table? >> it is. it is. we have a good tax policy for investment in infrastructure. we give tax breaks, in fact, infrastructure, lending is easier. lending is cheaper. there are tax holidays for investment in infrastructure. which is why money is going nfstructure. the point that we are making now is that if infrastructure that will make a country's economy very strong. we need roads. we need ports. we need seaports. we need more steal making. we need more mining. these are the critical areas in which investment must go. >> is corruption a big problem? >> it is a problemment but no more than in most other countries. wherever i go, i open the newspaper and i find there are charges of corruption against the government of the day. i admit that, it is a problem. but it's not as big a problem as it is made out to be. to say that everyone is corrupt is i think an outrage us charge. we are tightening our laws. we're having an ombudsman. we have
to remember we have a lot of headwinds we're dealing with from the sequester, one, to the tax increase, at the payroll tax. so, these issues we have to get through. i don't think they're major but they are headwinds. now we've got a lot of people thinking about what happened last year. down 3% in the second quarter. people wanted to buy in the market started to dip. wait a minute. this may be more significant. the fact of matter, as he have yesterday, 7% of the companies that reported earnings beat estimates. whether the estimates were poor estimate, weak estimates. the fact of the matter as long as data remains relatively, weak, not strong, muddled through the fed will be a long way as way from ending its quantitative easing. the other thing we havv to pay attention to which i think gives us a lot of upside potential is that what's happening in japan is nothing less than significant. and we need to pay attention to the yen. tracy: so let's first finish with the united states because i know you are hot on the yen. you've talked about it last time you were here. that means based on what
that there is any chance we'll see this president even say the words "carbon tax"? >> with an open mind... >> has the time finally come for real immigration reform? >> ...and a distinctly satirical point of view. >> but you mentioned "great leadership" so i want to talk about donald rumsfeld. >> (laughter). >> watch the show. >> only on current tv. [♪ theme music ♪] >> stephanie: good morning, it is the "stephanie miller show." as i was saying to david shuster, literally a breaking news situation changing by the moment. we'll get david back on the line to find out the latest, charlie pierce you have already talked to this morning. he is not in boston logan airport is closed -- >> right. he is in d.c., and supposed to be flying back to boston today, and can't get a flight. >> stephanie: right. and this is all going down a couple of blocks from -- >> from blog headquarters. >> stephanie: right. we await david shuster with all of the latest. wow. wow. a lot of activity. let's start with happened tz last night. >> about 10:30 last evening a robbery took place in cham bridge. after
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